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[V Report] Twice's Dahyun carries out her mission

  • Published : Nov 13, 2020 - 12:17
  • Updated : Nov 13, 2020 - 12:17

Broadcast date: Nov. 12-13
Starring: Twice, NCT Dream, The Boyz, Stray Kids

(Naver's V Live)

Dahyun of Twice went live after a video call session with her fans.

“I‘m at the office... waiting for my dinner,” she said. Then she explained that she failed a quiz during the fan meeting session and will be fulfilling a mission to speak in a certain way as a penalty.

Many of the fans watching asked her to post selfies from four days ago when the band performed at a television music program to promote “I Can’t Stop Me” for the last time. She searched her phone and counted that she had taken eleven pictures of herself.

“But half of them are blurry,” she chuckled. She chose two and uploaded them to her Instagram account asking what comment she should add.

The idol was smiling but her face lit up further at the sight of food.

“This is the happiest moment for me,” she said clapping and hooting with excitement.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/223027.

NCT Dream‘s Chenle chats on the way home

(Naver's V Live)

Chenle of NCT Dream took to V Live in the car on his way home.

Seeing that there was nobody tuned in yet, he turned the camera away from him and changed his voice pretending to be Jungwoo. He feigned disappointment when viewers told him that he had already given a peek of himself and that they recognized his way of speaking regardless of the voice.

Looking at himself in the screen, he murmured that he definitely looks better with makeup on. He has several breakouts, he lamented, and it took much longer to get makeup that day since there was a lot to cover up.

Meanwhile, he announced that he is teaming up with several members.

“I‘m not going to tell the name of the group. It’s a secret and I‘ll let you know after I ask their opinions,” he said. He would not give out the names of the members either but the five, including himself, are very close and they eat together and hang out often.

“I really like all four of them and they each have such great charms,” he said.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/222917.

The Boyz’s Sunwoo checks in briefly

(Naver's V Live)

Sunwoo of The Boyz turned on Naver’s V Live to say hello to fans during a short break in a car.

He had a hard time figuring out how to turn it on, he confided, agreeing that it has been long since he livestreamed on his own.

“I won‘t be able to stay long and it’s too late anyways,” he said, as it was well past midnight. He is waiting for his turn although he could not say what he was doing.

As for the band‘s participation in knitting caps for newborns, as part of a Save The Children campaign, Sunwoo said that he used to help his mother and grandmother knit scarves.

“But that was when I was in elementary school and I was hesitant about knitting the cap in case I messed it up,” he admitted. He was told that the caps will be amended if necessary before they were given out, though, so he gave it a try.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/223180.

Stray Kids’ Felix enjoys his day off

(Naver's V Live)

Felix of Stray Kids shared moments from his downtime strolling around the neighborhood of Insa-dong in Seoul.

First on the itinerary was a big bowl of kalguksu, or knife-cut noodles. For dessert, he visited a cart on the street where sweets known as Dragon’s Beard Candy were whipped up right in front of his eyes.

Holding a bag of the candies filled with chocolate, he walked down the alleys and streets in the central Seoul neighborhood enjoying the beautiful weather and seeing many people.

“I wish I could walk with you Stay,” he said with a giggle addressing the band‘s official fan club.

He took a break at a cafe that specializes in traditional Korean sweets. He ordered his favorite, sikhye, a sweet Korean rice beverage, as well as shaved ice topped with red beans and powdered soybean.

“This is so good!” he said as his eyes went wide at the taste of the shaved ice.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/223123.

Naver’s real-time broadcasting app V allows fans to interact with their favorite K-pop stars through live broadcasts. The app is available for Android and iOS. For more information, visit http://www.vlive.tv.

By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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